Study destinations & universities

Global Freshman graduates can continue studying at universities of their choice in great cities in eight major English-speaking international education countries of the world. Explore the map to discover the locations and member universities you can choose to go to.

Global Freshmen enter into 2nd year of an undergraduate degree based on the Global Freshman Certificate outcome at member universities.

Study destinations
Students can choose from universities located in world-class English speaking cities in Australia, UK, US, NZ, Canada, Malaysia, Fiji and Singapore.

Member universities


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University of Canberra (UoC)

In the heart of Australia’s national capital 13,500 students from over 100 countries experience the vibrance of Canberra and the quality outcomes of a UoC degree.

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James Cook University (JCU)

With Campuses in the tropical north (Great Barrier Reef region) and Brisbane (home of the 2032 Summer Olympic Games) students explore, discover and grow through research and teaching that makes a difference to people and societies, the natural and built worlds. JCU is the world’s No 1 university for Marine and Freshwater Biology.

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University of Tasmania (UTas)

The unique UTas experience for its 21,000 students is created by the blending of the stunning Tasmanian island character combined with its internationally recognised 130-year-old university producing graduates of global standing who benefit from Tasmania’s lower cost of living compared to other Australian university locations.


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New Zealand

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Victoria University of Wellington (VuW)

Victoria University of Wellington (NZ’s capital) is a flagship for the quality New Zealand university sector with 125 years of research and innovation-driven by its faculty and 22,000 students from over 100 countries.


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University of South Pacific (USP)

There are few destinations in the world more beautiful and welcoming than Fiji, and USP, with its 20,000 students from multiple countries and its globally recognised research and degrees. The student experience of USP and the South Pacific is unique, engaging and comes with a relatively low cost of living.


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Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU)

APU is ranked No 1 for international students in Asia by QS rankings, with its 13,000 students from over 130 countries. Its modern iconic Kuala Lumpur campus reflects its high standards and internationally recognised qualifications.

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University of Cyberjaya (UoC)

Based in Cyberjaya, Selangor, in Malaysia’s first smart city, UoC’s strong reputation is based on its educational quality commitment formed from its years as a leading medical and health sciences university with a core commitment to quality and global standards. Highly engaging with multiple entry access, UoC is personal and involving.


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James Cook University (JCU Singapore)

JCU Singapore was established 20 years ago by JCU Australia, and today its 4,500 students study a full range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in its ultra-modern Singapore campus and take the opportunity to study for a year in JCU Australia as part of their degree and life experience.

United Kingdom

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University of Plymouth (UoP)

UoP is an 18,500-student university with nearly 3000 specialist academic staff that have built on UoP’s history of pioneers, advancing knowledge and transforming lives. Located in an environment that provides rich settings for study, work and play, UoP challenges the normal and the individual.

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London Metropolitan University (LMU)

LMU’s 3 campuses are in London, one of the great educational destinations of the world. Commonly known as London Met, its 9,250 students from over 100 countries enjoy the 1st ranked teaching university in London and 6th ranked in UK.

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Bloomsbury Institute

Bloomsbury Institute London offers world-class learning in a uniquely supportive environment. Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, central London’s academic and intellectual hub, since 2002, Bloomsbury Institute is surrounded by the best the city has to offer. Bloomsbury Institute offers degrees in Business, Law and Accounting.

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University of Sunderland

The University of Sunderland is based on the North East Coast of England, in London and Hong Kong.  It has a five-star rating with QS World University Rankings and was shortlisted as University of the Year by the Times Higher Education in 2021. Courses include Art and Design, Business, Computer Science, Engineering, Tourism, Journalism and PR, Media, Medicine, Nursing, Performing Arts, Pharmacy, Psychology and Social Sciences.

Ravensbourne University London

Ravensbourne University London

Ravensbourne University London is an innovative, industry-focused university which produces highly employable graduates achieving top salaries. Ravensbourne specialises in practically focused digital media and design courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. In addition to a wide range of creative industry courses, the university offers degrees in Management, Computing, Digital Technology and Marketing Advertising and Brand.

United States of America

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University of Arizona (AU)

Founded in 1885, AU today has 47,000 students, 36000 undergraduates and over 3000 academic staff. AU is a place of vision where you can do the extraordinary with extraordinary people working together to explore human potential. Three Nobel Prize winners call it home.

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University of Oregon (OU)

UO’s 9 schools and colleges from over 100 countries and 50 states of the United States, its 22,500 students enjoy small 20 student medium class sizes at its stunning location between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains.

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University of Massachusetts Boston (UMass)

UMass Boston combines small college experience with the vast resources of a major research university. A 16:1 student staff ratio for the 16,000 students located on the Boston waterfront next door to the JFK Library and Presidential Museum and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate.

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Florida International University (FIU)

The 58,000 FIU students at the 12 campus locations, including Washington D.C. China and Italy enjoy the top 50 ranking in The Times Higher Education list and the No. 2 best undergraduate International Business Program ranking by U.S. News and World Report.

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Loyola University New Orleans (LU)

Based in New Orleans, LU’s 4,500 students benefit from the close student to staff ratio of 12:1 across its more than 100-degree programs in the 2nd best city in the US and Canada, as voted by Traveller and Leisure Magazine.

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Manhattan College (MC)

Less than 35 minutes from the heart of Manhattan, MC’s 4,000 students from over 60 countries and 50 U.S. states at the 169-year-old institution enjoy 6 schools offering a diverse set of more than 100 programs on the edge of the city that never sleeps.

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McKendree University (MKU)

MKU was the first institution of higher education in Illinois in 1828. Located on a 100-acre campus in Lebanon, less than 30 minutes for downtown St. Louis, MKU’s small student body of 2,500 benefits from a personalised, engaging academic and cultural community.

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Seton Hill University (SHU)

The small personalised 2,500 student strong multi-award ranked and winning liberal arts leading Catholic co-ed university that embraces all faiths has over 80 undergraduate degrees. Based in Greenburg, Philadelphia, the university has a rich history.

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University of Illinois Chicago (IU)

Chicago is one of the great student destinations in the U.S., and the 34,000 students at IU on its downtown 244-acre campus reflect the vibrance of Chicago and the university’s 163-year history.    

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Texas Wesleyan University (TWU)

TWU revels in its “Smaller, Smarter” values which have driven its development over its 133-year history. With 2,700 students, the Texas Fort Worth, TWU is value and student-focussed, centred around motivated students developed under committed faculty.

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University of the Pacific (UP)

UP is the first university in California, created in 1851, and today its 175-acre residential campus in Stockton is supported by its Sacramento and San Francisco campuses. With 6,100 students and an involving 14:1 student to staff ratio, UP’s Stockton campus is a New England beauty in California weather.

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University of Kansas (KU)

The flagship university and research institution for the State of Kansas with its proud 28,500 students, KU now straddles 5 campuses, having grown from its first in 1866.

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Colorado State University (CSU)

With high student satisfaction, 9 out of 10 students rank their CSU experience very highly. The 3 campus, 25,200 undergraduate university is located on 4773 acres in Fort Collins, where 20% of the students live on campus at the 152-year-old university.

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Illinois State University (ISU)

ISU is committed to a small college atmosphere with large college opportunities for its 21,000 students (18,250 undergraduate) at its Bloomington-Normal campus.